TPS Workshop SCCC


Teaching the Affects of Armed Conflict on Children
through Primary Sources and the Library of Congress Website



When: Friday October 17 and Saturday October 18
            9:00AM - 3:00PM

Where:  Huntington Library
             Suffolk County Community College
             Ammerman Campus
             Selden, NY

WhoTeachers Grades 6-12; Librarians; Education Majors; Community Educators

Cost:    Free - Includes Continental Breakfast and Lunch


About the Workshops:
Teaching About the Effect of Armed Conflict on Children will explore the multiple devastating effects of armed conflict on children in Sub Saharan Africa.

Using primary sources from the Library of Congress and first-hand accounts from African Nationals and UN personnel, teachers broaden their perspectives on this real world problem and learn how to use first hand experiential learning and primary sources to teach about global problems.

These workshops produce teacher developed cross curricular lesson plans and also use interactive videoconferencing technology to connect with the UN Office of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Children and Armed Conflict, UNICEF and the Department of Public Information.

Download the One-Page Info Sheet - TPS_Oct_17-18_2014_Workshop.pdf
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Download the Registration Form - Fall_2014_Registration_form.pdf
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Campus Map - Download here

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This Event is Co-Sponsored by: The Suffolk County Community College and the
                                                     Suffolk Center on the Holocaust, Diversity and Human Understanding, Inc.

For More information Contact:
Sabrina Cusimano
cusimano@chc.edu, 215-497-8809

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Previous Workshop Dates:
Southern Regional Institute (SRI) and Educational Technology Training Center (ETTC)
at Richard Stockton College
May 16-17, 2013, 9AM - 3PM - completed

African Studies Center
at University of Pennsylvania
July 18-19 - completed

















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